vhqpa wrote:I also have a question. I'm planning a trip to europe in Nov/Dec 2018 primarily the Nordic countries. Of particular interest is the BAe ATP. Wikipedia suggests that Nextjet still flies the type and their website confirms this. My question is assuming the information on their website is current which routes do they typically operate?
PatrickZ80 wrote:The most exotic aircraft in Europe are found in Scotland with LoganAir. They operate a fleet of BN-2 Islander, DHC-6-300 / -400 Twin Otter, Dornier 328, ERJ-145 and Saab 340 / 2000. Some of these aircraft are operated for FlyBE and painted in their colors.
Bostrom wrote:If you're still planning a trip to the Nordics in november/december, you will have a hard time flying an ATP. It doesn't seem like they have found a new home. (You might however be able to fly a 737-600.)
EricAY05 wrote:I would love to catch the F100 for the first time and might be travelling to Switzerland soon, so this seems like a great opportunity.
OlafW wrote:EricAY05 wrote:I would love to catch the F100 for the first time and might be travelling to Switzerland soon, so this seems like a great opportunity.
KLM is currently operating some flights with a Carpatair F100. From Flightradar data, usually the first two rotations AMS-HAM and then Edinburgh and Birmingham, but also some other cities. Maybe that fits into your plans.
wiggy wrote:are dc - 10s operated by biman still in operation today aren not
Loran wrote:Who's in?
Loran wrote:Ayit is mainly a flight school and they do skydiving. That's what most of their fleet is doing. And the SH-360 is flying military charters, you can see it on Flightradar every now and then. We can charter the SH-360 (info from a friend who is on-site this week), it costs EUR 4'500 for a roundtrip to Rosh Pina. Who's in?
OlafW wrote:So around 225€ with a full load? That might be worth it next time I'm in Israel...
classicjets wrote:Loran wrote:Who's in?
Me. I was actually just looking at Trans Air Hawaii's sole pax 360 N351TA which appears to have been active around the islands the past few weeks. No idea who it is operating for. Was thinking to investigate the possibility of a charter there.
vhqpa wrote:I'm looking to log a Boeing 757-300.
777Jet wrote:vhqpa wrote:I'm looking to log a Boeing 757-300.
Did you manage to log a 757-300?
The 753 is the type I have (so far) put the most effort, time and money into logging.
debonair wrote:Aeroflot just flying to Moscow (visa required) maybe it's the last chance to fly the jet in Western
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